Pathways


 

Students in years 7-12 participate in a range of activities designed to help students explore their own interests and strengths, the world of work and build career knowledge. These activities include:

  • Dedicated careers lessons
  • Exploring options through Coaching Young People for Success
  • Listening to guest speakers about universities, TAFE, workplace health and safety and Defence Forces
  • Studying university courses while still at school via Headstart
  • Completing a school-based traineeship or apprenticeship
  • Creating a résumé and cover letter
  • Participating in mock interviews and work experience
  • Attending careers expos
  • SETPlan conversations
  • Attaining qualifications through other providers including TAFE and the SCTTTC
  • Applying for further study via QTAC
  • A work readiness group for students pursuing employment and training
  • Participating in the SVETE program, gaining work experience and qualifications
  • Nominating for QLD Training Awards
  • Engaging in USC on-campus events.

Pathways staff can assist with: can we use the images from the banners you designed for us, please? One of them lists most of these areas.

  • Providing careers information
  • School-based traineeships and apprenticeships
  • Work and training options
  • University and further study
  • Subject selection
  • Supporting students in the work readiness group
  • Future pathways 

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SET PLANNING

A Senior Education and Training Plan (SET Plan) helps students structure their learning around their abilities, interests and ambitions. As part of the planning process, students think about their future, consider their abilities and investigate their options for careers and further education.

The student, their parents or carers, and the school meet to develop the SET Plan, which details what, where and how a student will study during their senior phase of learning (usually Years 11 and 12). The plan is finalised by the end of Year 10. The SET  Plan is reviewed periodically to monitor the student's progress. It can be updated at any time.

Year 10 students work towards completing their SET Plan throughout the year. This is discussed during an interview with parents and school personnel. 



ONLINE RESOURCES

Unity College also has a dedicated careers website. This provides a one-stop-shop for careers information and resources. Students and families can access information about senior schooling, post-school options and more. 

www.unitycollegecareers.com.au 

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